Brazilian artist paints people’s faces on masks
A sexagenarian artist in Brazil provides you with “a face” to cover so that your identity is not concealed.
Jorge Roriz, 65, makes you such painting of your face on a mask that from a distance one will not be able to recognize, if you are wearing a mask or not and when he will get closer he will not be able to help himself from praising the details of the painting.
The painter says his painting was a source of joy for the people amid epidemic situation. His painting is so accurate that when he speaks one feels as if a ventriloquist is speaking from behind the mask as his lips appear to be stationary.
His masks help those people specially who want to show their faces while protecting themselves and others from spread of the coronavirus.
Earlier, he used to make paintings for Rio de Janeiro carnival, but until now the pandemic had rendered him jobless.
Myriad of people are approaching him to make them face maks.